This is my electronics case for a standard size Voron Corexy 3d printer. It is designed to fit the PSU, SSR, and Ramps 1.4 together in one package. All parts have been designed to be printed without support.
This case is intended to work with all of the electronic components in the Voron BOM. If your PSU does not have a 150mm x 50mm screw pattern, I've included the F360 file for modification. The Voron ramps fan guard will work with this case, but I've included a fan guard file that matches the vent pattern of the doors.
The case works best if wires are cut to length, but has enough space to fit full length stepper motor wires to allow for future modification/motor reuse. Inbound wires(stepper motors, Y endstop) enter through holes on the bottom of the case. The bed connector and fused power switch are snap fit.
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Hardware for Assembly:
20 x M3 4mm(L) 4mm(OD) Brass Inserts (8 for case assembly, 12 for door threads)
8 x M3 10mm Socket Head Cap Screw
7 x M5 10mm Socket Button Head Screw
7 x M5 Drop in T-nut
12 x M3 5mm Socket Head Cap Screw
6 x M4 8mm Socket Button Head Screw (PSU & SSR)
4 x M3 30mm Socket Head Cap Screw (Ramps fan)
2 x M3 20mm Socket Head Cap Screw (Ramps Board)
10 x Standard Zip Ties (~3.5mm width) (Cable Management)
Recommend ~1.2mm shell thickness, ~1mm top/bottom thickness, to ensure plastic for heated inserts and case mounting.